Law School Sends Thousands Of Acceptance Letters To Random People Who Didn’t Apply

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Law School Sends Thousands Of Acceptance Letters To Random People Who Didn't Apply

Interested in taking on hundreds of thousands of dollars in debt for an underwhelming career as a state attorney making around $55K annually but don’t want to deal with taking the LSAT? No worries – you may have already been admitted to law school without even knowing it.

New York’s Touro Law Center sent a total of 17,572 acceptance letters to their program to a list of potential students – the catch is that the vast majority of these “potential students” hadn’t even applied. For 17,571 of these students, this e-mail was just a mistake; only one of these students had actually applied, but unfortunately, wasn’t accepted. Sucks to suck.

If you haven’t heard of Touro Law, that’s because it’s been ranked the worst law school in New York. Womp. Whether this e-mail was truly an accident or a desperate plea for new students is still yet to be seen, but if you’re looking for plans for the fall of 2016, you know which program to call.

[via Huffington Post]

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The Recruitment Chair is a mid-level employee with a low-level salary and six-figure taste. She realizes her expectations far exceed reality, so she spends her days pinning away Loubs she pretends are in her physical closet instead of her virtual one. Her hobbies include lounging around in leggings and an oversized sweatshirt with a bottle of $14 wine while binge-watching episodes of Game of Thrones and Mad Men, as well as....well, that's really it.

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